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4 Stress Types & Their Impact on High-Achieving Women

4 Stress Types & Their Impact on High-Achieving Women | Psychology and Brain News | Scoop.it

How does your stress type impact the way you live and work?

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Working too much is correlated with 2-fold increase in likelihood of depression | e! Science News

Working too much is correlated with 2-fold increase in likelihood of depression | e! Science News | Psychology and Brain News | Scoop.it
The odds of a major depressive episode are more than double for those working 11 or more hours a day compared to those working seven to eight hours a day, according to a report is published in the Jan.
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Your abusive boss may not be good for your marriage

Your abusive boss may not be good for your marriage | Psychology and Brain News | Scoop.it
Having an abusive boss not only causes problems at work but can lead to strained relationships at home, according to a Baylor University study published online in journal, Personnel Psychology.
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Controlled study finds mind-body stress reduction techniques effective in workplace

Controlled study finds mind-body stress reduction techniques effective in workplace | Psychology and Brain News | Scoop.it

A large randomised controlled study has found yoga and meditation techniques to be effective for stress reduction in the workplace. The study screened employees from a single company at two location to find healthy individuals who identified themselves as stressed and did not practice those techniques.

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Same sex co-workers sympathize when they observe lack of respect aimed at their colleagues

Same sex co-workers sympathize when they observe lack of respect aimed at their colleagues | Psychology and Brain News | Scoop.it

Imagine the following scenarios: a co-worker is spoken to condescendingly, excluded from a meeting, or ignored by a supervisor. How does it make you feel? Do you feel differently depending on whether your co-worker is a man or a woman?

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